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Re: film camera not working
Hey nolus, According to the manufacturer this error should be due to either the film is not loaded properly or there is an internal malfunction. It sounds like you have already eliminated the possibility of the film being loaded wrong so I would have the camera looked at by an authorized service technician. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
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210 wide camera is auto detect the environment. If you face it under bright light, the flash will auto off, if away from bright light, it will auto have flash. for photo have blue hue do show me the image, i take a look
If you go to http://www.pentaximaging.com/support/manuals-and-literature/ you can find the manual for your camera. From my experience the E on a Pentax camera means the film isn't loaded properly. Hope this helps.
The battery for many polaroid cameras is incorporated into the film pack. If the film has been in the camera a long time, the battery may have run down. There isn't any way to replace it. You have to fit a new film with battery, and these films can be hard to find fresh now.
The battery in the film back is only used to supply power when the back is off the camera, when it is on the body power is supplied by the six batteries in the body so try them and also make sure the film insert is properly seated.
changing the batteries have no effect on film transport, just a coincidence. take the bottom cover off and check the white plastic gear on the film take up side of the camera. if it is broken your X700 may not be repairable as no new parts are available.
push the re-wind button in and try to charge the shutter again. remove film first. if it still just goes part way then a gear is stripped. try to find a camera repair shop that may have good used parts available.
The battery is in the film pack. The one600 doesn't use any other type of battery except what comes with the film. Either the film is really old and the battery died or it's defective. If the film is relatively new and you haven't been able shoot all 10 shots, then you might call the manufacturer for a replacement. Otherwise, I'd buy a new film pack.
I am having exactly the same problem (I have a T550). On the last film I shot, the only way to advance the film was to pull the battery out and re-insert it every time. When I printed that film, all the frames are blank!
Kodak's FAQ about "clearing the logic" suggests a solution for that problem.
1. Turn camera off
2. Pull battery out
3. Turn camera on
4. Click the shutter approximately 6 times
5. Turn camer off
6. Repeat step 4
7. Reinstall battery
I just tried that but the problem persists. I am now going to leave the battery out for several hours; maybe this will help. Otherwise, well it is time to bite the bullet and buy a digital !